One of the games of the season!
Chelsea won their FA Cup semi-final against Spurs on Saturday at Wembley and it has already been described as one of the games of the English season.
Antonio Conte can put his feet up on Sunday afternoon as he awaits to see who Chelsea will play in the FA Cup final: Manchester City or Arsenal.
Meanwhile, Tottenham fans and Mauricio Pochettino and his players are left to wonder how they dominated the FA Cup semi-final but still lost the match, conceding four goals at Wembley.
Antonio Conte’s masterstroke
Spurs are also left wondering how they have now lost an incredible seven successive FA Cup semi-finals.
Chelsea were just incredibly clinical on the day, soaked up lengthy Tottenham pressure and scored some goals that will be remembered for a long long time.
Willian curled home a free-kick on 5 minutes, only for Harry Kane to glance home a header for the first Spurs equaliser.
Eden Hazard changes the game
The decision to play Heung Min Son at left wing back always felt like a questionable choice form Mauricio Pochettino and Spurs were made to pay when the South Korean gave away a penalty for Willian to make it 2-1.
Spurs again recovered thanks to a glorious assist by Christian Eriksen after half-time – Dele Alli notching another goal versus the Blues this season.
On the hour, Eden Hazard and Diego Costa were introduced and the Belgian won the match.
Matic bags incredible goal
Hazard cracked home yet another crucial goal for Chelsea against Spurs from the Blues first attack of the second half.
And, Nemanja Matic made it 4-2 and game over with one of the goals of the season, with Chelsea fans calling for it to be a Puskas Award contender.